Brain structure may predict remission risk in pediatric seizures

07/14/2013 | Family Practice News

Children with intractable seizures at age 2 whose MRI or CT scans revealed structural brain abnormalities were significantly less likely to be seizure-free after 12 years than those with normal brain structure, a study showed. The findings, based on 75 children with early medically intractable epilepsy, were presented at the International Epilepsy Congress.

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